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Survey: 56 Percent of U.S. Developers Expect To Become Millionaires

msmoriarty (195788) writes | about 6 months ago

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msmoriarty (195788) writes "According to a recent survey of 1,000 U.S.-based software developers, 56 percent expect to become millionaires in their lifetime. 66 percent also said they expect to get raises in the next year, despite the current state of the economy. Note that some of the other findings of the study (scroll to bulleted list) seem overly positive: 84 percent said they believe they are paid what they're worth, 95 percent report they feel they are "one of the most valued employees at their organization," and 80 percent said that "outsourcing has been a positive factor in the quality of work at their organization.""
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In other news... (1)

mightyhe (1297429) | about 6 months ago | (#46771947)

A poll of lottery ticket buyers indicate that a good proportion expect to win.

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